Bachelor winner Jennifer “spotted frolicking on a beach” with a man who’s not Prince Lorenzo

The Bachelor 9 winner Jennifer Wilson recently said that she and Prince Lorenzo are “still very happy and we’re definitely together”.

However, they aren’t living together or even in the same state, and as a result, Jen said, “I have total confidence in him that everything will be fine. And if not, I’m sure it’ll get written about so I’ll find out that way.”

Ironically, it is her alleged indiscretion that has made news. The National Enquirer has published photos of Jen and a fellow teacher, Dan Herrero, “frolicking on a beach together,” according to MSNBC’s Jeanette Walls.

A source told the Enquirer, which does not yet have the story on its web site, “I can’t believe I had just watched her accept the last rose from Prince Lorenzo on television, then only days later she was making out with Dan! When Dan asked Jennifer about what she was going to do about Lorenzo, she told him point blank that she doesn’t have any romantic feelings for him at all and has absolutely no intention of following through with their plans to start a future together.”

Walls reports that “Herrero adamantly denied the story” to the tabloid, “insisting that he’s merely ‘good friends’ with Wilson.” And good friends certainly can frolick together. And anyway, is it even possible to cheat on a man who just spent a month dating 25 other women?

Is ‘Bachelor’s’ choice cheating on him? [MSNBC]

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